Zoe did an amazing job of showing the pain, betrayal, fear, joy and love that Arlo and Jacqueline felt. I loved the way she portrayed the connections of packs, from the extremes of joy and love to pain and sadness. I don’t want to give too much away, but I’m sure you will love one of the characters, Tally, as much as me. And as someone who’s been a foster parent Zoe portrayed the story beautifully. I have been reading Zoe’s stories for years now, and it never ceases to amaze me the connections she builds between the characters and the reader. I always feel a little sad when I get to the end of a story, I feel like I’m missing my new friends, and now I’m just waiting for the next story in this series.
I received an ARC of ‘The Sea Wolf’s Mate’ and have freely chosen to read and review it. My review is honest and fair and is in no way incentivised.
I have also purchased the book now that it’s been released. An artist that writes so well deserves to be rewarded for the gift she shares with her readers.
LOVED IT. Much better than book one for me. This story was sweet with a little bit of tart. Loved Jacqueline and how she just jumped right in to save the children. Poor Arlo, what a confused and unsure wolfy he was, until he found himself with Jacqueline as his mate. Then we get four children thrown in to make one big happy pack. I loved how this unfolded, how it played out and the great ending everyone had. It was even nice having Harrison and Lainie involved. Even better that nasty Mrs Sweets gets put in her place by Jacqueline. She is my hero. I had put off reading this as book one didn’t impress me but this story was great. Read through Kindle Unlimited.